No. 076

Media, Internet and National Security

  • 25 January 1998

The lecture examined the salient characteristics of the new information age, particularly the Internet revolution, and their impact on modern nation states. Both the benefits and potential risks of these developments were explored, such as aspects relating to national security, fraud and censorship. The speaker concluded by discussing the expected changes in global communications and the experiences of other countries were commented upon, together with the appropriateness of current policy strategies for online communication.

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Sunday 25 January 1998

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Sunday 25 January 1998

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